Groups Say City Council Was Too Quick To Pass Preliminary Vote On COVID Relief Fund Spending

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The talk on Grant Street this week is all about how the city of Pittsburgh should spend $335 million from the American Rescue Plan. On Wednesday, council members passed a preliminary vote 7-2 for the spending plan, but some local groups feel the vote happened too soon; KDKA's Royce Jones reports.

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